base_convert — Converts a number from one base to
string base_convert(s, source_base, destination_base);
string s: Original value
int source_base: Original
base of number
int destination_base: Base
to which to convert
String representation of the converted number; FALSE on
base_convert() returns a string representation of
the number passed as the first argument. Valid values for
source and destination bases can be from 2 to 36.
Remember that PHP integers are signed 32-bit numbers, so
the maximum value usable here is 2147483647.
PHP 3 since 3.0.6, PHP 4
Example 665. Convert a
$org = "564";
$new = base_convert($org, 8, 16);
echo "$org in octal is the same as $new in hexadecimal\n";
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